Gregory Barsamian new work in progress show in Williamsburg

Posted by Kei Kamikanda | Thu Jul 1st 2010 9:59 a.m.

I saw Greg Barsamian's new works yesterday in Williamsburg.
In fact I had seen them last summer in his studio but newer one's animation was not made,
though I heard from him the background idea like a brain map.
It is a newer approach to presentation of his sculptural animation.
In this piece audiences can see his famous funky animation from many points of view around work.
Please visit and see his new work before leaving to collection of Tasmania, the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).

Kei Kamikanda
Independent Curator
Lecturer of Joshibi University of Art and Design, Tokyo, Kanagawa
Ex-Curator of Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, NTT InterCommunication Center[ICC],
Koriyama City Museum of Art, Kasama Nichido Museum of Art, 2005-1990

191 North 14th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211 T.718.599.2144 | www.PIEROGI2000.COM |

Gregory Barsamian's "Artifact," a work in progress
commissioned by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). Hobart, Tasmania

Private View

HOURS | Noon to 6pm, Thurs—Sunday by appointment
DATES | 30 June through 31 July, 2010
LOCATION | Take the L Train to Bedford Ave. Walk one block
west to Berry St. continue to North 14th St., turn left

  • Kei Kamikanda | Fri Jul 2nd 2010 6:33 a.m.
    • M7 | Sun Nov 7th 2010 11:53 p.m.
      Oops, I don't know if I succeeded in posting a message... Let's see a while...
  • Silver | Mon Jul 5th 2010 6:46 a.m.
    It's very good. Animation in the head involves chaos, which makes it very special. Must see work!
  • M7 | Sun Nov 7th 2010 11:48 p.m.
    Kamikanda-san, how can I reach you? This is yanomaki @ M7, writing from Tokyo.
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